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The gigantic increase in the incidence of abortion and of sexually transmitted infections bears witness to the promiscuity that followed the legalization and wide availability of chemical contraceptives.
Basing his thought on historical studies, he articulated a personalist theology of marriage and situated the regulation of fertility and the use of chemical contraceptives in a wider ethical context as early as 1958 and 1963.
The site fails to mention the fact that chemical contraceptives can cause early abortions.
And the idea of wasteful developed nations pushing disease-causing chemical contraceptives (birth control pills, Norplant, etc.
The methods used the first time women had intercourse with their current partner included the pill (56%), condoms (53%), withdrawal (4%), chemical contraceptives (2%), IUD (2%): all other methods were less than 1% each.
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